Researcher Katalin Karikó Wins a Much-Deserved Nobel Prize

Glad Sweden finally caught up! Hungarian scientist Katalin Karikó, PhD, was one of the foremost researchers into the possibilities of mRNA, and her work, along with that of her collaborator, immunologist Drew Weissman, MD, PhD, formed the basis of what became the first COVID-19 vaccines. We honored her as one of Glamour, and it only took two years for the Nobel Committee get with the program: Dr. Karikó and Dr. Weissman have just been awarded science’s highest honor (the Nobel Prize in medicine; there are other Nobel Prizes given for other disciplines).


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